Avail Excellent Accommodation in Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National Park was established in 1984 as an important protected area in the Terai Region. The park covers an area of more than 820 sq km and is located in the foothills of the Himalayas. The park has streams and brooks that are perennial in nature. The natural settings and adequate water support diverse forest types that include Sal, Mixed forest, scrubland, grassland and sub-tropical pine forest.

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The denizens of the forest include elephants, antelopes, carnivores such as tigers, leopards and wild cats, besides other animals that include the sloth bear and wild boars among others. There are reptiles too such as the King Cobra and more than 350 species of birds. There are some fine hotels in Rajaji National Park where one can spend a great weekend or a vacation with friends or family.

Among these Rajaji National Park hotels and resorts, there is a resort spread over 10 acres. It is luxurious and affluent in styling but integral to the ambiance of the wilderness. This wildlife resort lets you relax even as you are supported in your endeavor in catching a glimpse of the beautiful animals in their natural habitat. The resort is set amidst the thick lush green forest and interspersed with the mighty Ganges and other water bodies.

The wildlife resort has 20 superior cottage tents with rustic environs in the background. Each cottage has attached toilet and bath with running hot and cold water and other amenities such as intercom and tea/coffee makers. The resort organizes your jeep safaris in the Shivalik eco-system. The 3-4 hour drive is in itself an extremely delighting experience.

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